Re: FNA Interpretation help
I had a biopsy with follicular cells, the final result was follicular endoplasm. My endo refer me to the surgeon and they both agree that It should be removed in order to rule out cancer. The thing with follicular endoplasm is that it is difficult to tell if it is benign or malign, mine showed up benign but they can "disguise" as benign and be malignant instead. Is a tricky one, even though it showed benign they can't be sure. That's my case, doesn't mean yours is the same. Did they tell you to go and have it checked every 6 months instead of a year? that's what they told me if I decided to not go for surgery, is has to be watched closely.